DRAFT - Pack 3

Here are some tasks we hope you will enjoy.  Please scroll down and select the tasks appropriate to your child.  

BLUE COLOURED TASKSare aimed at Pathway 1 pupils as well as pupils who prefer more interactive activities and require a higher level of support.

GREEN COLOURED TASKS - are aimed at pupils in the main body of the school.

PURPLE COLOURED TASKS - are aimed at pupils who would enjoy more of a challenge

If you prefer, you can download and print off the sheets by clicking on the attachments at the bottom of the page.


Blue Themed Pack

Countries and Cultures

Aims:  These tasks are designed to be done with your child. Blue coloured tasks are aimed at Pathway 1 pupils as well as pupils who prefer more interactive activities and require a higher level of support. These are tasks we hope you will enjoy, please select the ones you feel are most appropriate for your child.

Thinking

Literacy Focus

Note to Parents:       

The work set promotes  the development of Spoken Language, Reading and Writing skills. To make things easier, the powerpoint contains the texts and tasks sheets needed and is sequenced to support students to build skills.  

 

Form Tutors will be leading the line of learning via online lessons.  This work will include adding revision opportunities if needed and extending the work to support understanding and engagement. 

 

Pathway 1 Extended Learning:
See Powerpoint named - Blue English Countries and Cultures [work set by Pathway 1 FL + Staff] 

 

Pathway 2   

1 x powerpoint ENG Countries & Cultures BLUE as  

1 x video signed reading "The Snail and the Whale" available via Meadow High School Hello Youtube channel.

[other video links on the powerpoint to extend learning - this work led by the form tutor.]

1 x extension video - The Hen Who Sailed Around the World - also available [see above]

Focus: Watch and talk about - it’s a true story!

 

Maths Focus

 

 

 

 

Tasks will last for 2 weeks. I’ll upload another set of activities just before half term, to be used after half term for the first 2 weeks back.

 

These activities do not follow the theme, although there are some map and direction task

 

LO 1. Draw the hour and minute hands on the clocks

PDF attachment - 1. Blue Time worksheet.pdf

 

LO 2. Answer the addition and subtraction questions using the number line

PDF attachment - 2. Blue number sheet = and - .doc

 

LO 3a. Follow the PowerPoint answering questions on the slide

PowerPoint attachment - 3a. Blue Numbers-to-50.pptx

LO 3b. Use the pictures to add and subtract 

PDF attachment - 3b. Blue Numbers-to-50.pdf 

 

LO 4a. Follow the PowerPoint answering questions on the slides

PowerPoint attachment - 4a. Blue Represent-numbers-to-50.pptx

LO 4b. Use the diagrams and pictures to show numbers to 50

PDF attachment -  4b. Blue Represent-numbers-to-50.pdf

 

LO 5. Use then picture of a compass to follow the directions,  

PDF attachments - 

5a. Blue compass-directions-activity-sheet.pdf

5b. 5b. Blue answers compass-directions-activity-sheet.pdf

 

LO 6. Add up the coins and write the totals in the boxes

PDF attachment - 6. Blue money worksheet.pdf

 

LO 7. Add up the coins and check if your change is correct (up to 10p).

PDF attachment - 7. Blue check-your-change-from-10p 


Extension work:

Ext LO 1. Use the diagrams to count the tens and ones

PDF attachment - Ext 1. Blue Place value.pdf

 

Ext LO 2. Complete the diagrams by counting tens and ones

PDF attachment - Blue Tens and Ones.pdf

 

Ext LO 3. See if you can complete the 5 challenges around your house

PowerPoint attachment - Ext 3. Maths Blue.pptx

 

Ext LO 4. Add up the coins and check that the change is correct (up to £1)

PDF attachment - Ext 4. Blue check-your-change-from-pound1.pdf

 

Science Focus

 

 

 

Each task is taught over 2 session - Both task can be covered over 4 weeks 

 

Task 1: Building a Pyramid from a paper net 

Learning Objective: To learn about pyramid

Key Information: Where do pyramids come from? This lesson is all about Ancient Egypt. There is a powerpoint to explain Ancient Egypt and there is a task attached to make a paper pyramid.

Session 1

  1. PowerPoint on Ancient Egypt 

  2. Discussion on your findings

  3. Demonstrate how to make a paper pyramid 

 

Session 2

  1. Watch a video on pyramid  -
    ttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X26PeYKNI2s https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z849wmn

  2. Colour in the paper pyramid (attachment PDF)

  3. Cut and stick together 

Extension Task: Research some facts of ancient Egypt

Key Words:

Egypt/ Pyramid 

Attached: PDf - Pyramid building activity- Blue

PowerPoint - Ancient-Egypt-powerpoint - Blue


Task 2: Float or Sink Experiment 

Learning Objective: To learn about what materials float or sink

Key Information: Students can take part in investigating what makes objects float and sink. All you need is a bucket of water and some selected items. There is a worksheet to complete as you go along.

Session 1

  1. Watch the float and sink video -
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PpYpS8zFTA
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s2DTW0EMigk
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVUXV5LG5O4

(Choose best video that fits your class)

  1. Complete worksheet - Float-or-sink-cut-and-stick-activity-sheet

 Session 2
  1. Try to do your own experiment  - http://interactivesites.weebly.com/float-or-sink.html

  2. Complete worksheet  - Float-or-sink-activity-sheet

 

Extension Task: You can also play a sink and float interactive game - Link below.

Key Words:

Float/ Sink

Attached:

PDf - Float-or-sink-cut-and-stick-activity-sheet-Blue

PDf - Float-or-sink-activity-sheet- Blue

Link: http://interactivesites.weebly.com/float-or-sink.html

 

Creativity

Cooking/
Technology 

 

 

 

Each task is taught over 2 session - Both task can be covered over 4 weeks 

 

Task 1: Foods Around the World - Research 

Learning Objective: To research foods from around the world

Key Information:

Explore the website and find out about different foods from all over the world. Can you make any? 

Session 1

  1. Introduce the topic - what types of foods you may find in certain counties 

  2. Research - Have a look on the suggested website or look at cookbooks you may have at home of foods around the world and write down the name if the recipe and where it has come from - ‘Recipe Research’ worksheet.

Session 2

  1. Discuss your finding with your tutor 

  2. If you can try make one of you research dishes 

 

Extension Task:

Review your dish by writing what you liked about it and what you could do to make it better. 

Key Words:

World/ Food/ Recipe 

Attached: Word Doc - Recipe Research - Blue 

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/shows/my-world-kitchen


Task 2: Recipes to try - Foods Around the World

Learning Objective: To try and make new foods from around the world 

Key Information:

Here are two recipes for you to try from across the world. A Greek salad and Damper. Not only try something new you can also keep practising your culinary skills. Please get support from someone at home whilst making these dishes. 

Session 1

  1. Research about the recipes countries. 

  2. Introduce recipes and choose which one they will like to make - Greek Salad/Damper  

  3. Students - to follow the recipe and make.

Session 2

  1. Talk about how students got along with making the Greek Salad/Damper 

Extension Task:

If you decide to make the Greek Salad there is an extension task attached to the recipe where questions are asked about your salad. 

Key Words:

Recipe/ Food/ World

Attached:

PDf - Greek Salad Recipe and Activity - Blue

PDf -Damper Recipe -Blue

Drama/Arts/
Music

 

 

See Blue Arts resource Pack lessons 1-4 for 4 weeks of Arts Lessons-(each lesson now has more theory tasks as well as practical and is the equivalent of a double Arts lesson a week). Click here to link to the Arts Blue resources 

Health & Wellbeing 

Physical Activity

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dance

Joe Wicks: Youtube PE classes are coming back at 9am on Monday 11th January to help you keep active during lockdown.

Joe Wicks – The Body Coach

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

Just Dance 2021

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0g8_Jd49No4&safe=active

My Favourite Resources and Activities for Virtual PE at Home 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGPF2YvWmlM&safe=active

Panathlon at home

https://panathlon.com/panathlon-launches-at-home-sporting-challenges/

LYG Dance

https://www.londonyouthgames.org/sports/dance/inclusive-dance/

Joe Wicks 10min Chair exercises

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6TtFr2Zp_s

Climbing World Famous Landmarks

How many famous landmarks can you climb right from your home? The powerpoint provided has 7 famous landmarks from around the world.

You have been given the height of each landmark and the number of steps required to climb.

Task1

How many famous Landmarks can you climb in total? Once you have completed a landmark please put a tick in the table provided (last slide of powerpoint).

Powerpoint:   PE Resources Blue - Climbing World Famous Landmarks

Table to complete (last page of powerpoint).


 

Around the world- Lower

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAUCJsbjEQo

 

African Dance- Middle 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ewqq-3xJFdI&list=RDCMUCsJbboIjkvAkxbnEu6w3nyg&start_radio=1&t=12

 

Dance Evolution- Challenge How many Dance styles can you name?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJo7Zp70JUk

 

Cross Curricular

Humanities

Learning Objective: I can name some of the capital cities of different countries in the world.

Task 1 : 

How many European  capital cities do you know?

Find out the names of the capital cities of the European countries. Complete the worksheet.      Capitals and Countries PDF

Task 2:

On a separate piece of paper, write down capital cities of different countries from other continents. 

Key Words: country, continent, capital city

Attached:  - 1.capitals-and-countries.pdf 

 
 

Learning Objective: I can identify where different food and objects come from.

Task 1 : Look around your house and find out where different objects or foods come from. 

Key Words: origin, made in, country,  

Attached:  2.Where Did It Come From

 

 

 

Green theme title

Aims: These tasks are designed to be done with your child. Green coloured tasks are aimed at
pupils in the main body of the school.
Tasks are a mixture of interactive tasks  and tasks which
build core skills. These are tasks we hope you will enjoy, please select the ones you feel are most
appropriate. 

Thinking

Literacy Focus

Note to Parents:       The work set promotes  the development of Spoken Language, Reading and Writing skills. To make things easier, the powerpoint contains the texts and tasks sheets needed and is sequenced to support students to build skills.  

 

Form Tutors will be leading the line of learning via online lessons.  This work will include adding revision opportunities if needed and extending the work to support understanding and engagement. 

 

Please note:  The work is designed to support students building skills towards their next step exam.

Please support your child to complete tasks as this will really help their transition back to on site learning. 

 

Resources: 

1 x powerpoint ENG Countries & Cultures GREEN as

2 x videos of the texts being read available via Meadow High School Hello Youtube channel.

[other video links on the powerpoint to extend learning - this work led by the form tutor.]

Signing & Communication:  practise - signed story The Snail & the Whale [MHS Hello video] 

Maths Focus

Tasks will last for 2 weeks. I’ll upload another set of activities just before half term, to be used after half term for the first 2 weeks back.

These activities do not follow the theme, although there are some map, direction and coordinates tasks.

LO 1. Draw the hour and minute hand on each clock to show the time.

PDF attachment - 1. Green Time worksheet.pdf

LO 2a. Read through the Powerpoint while answering questions on the slides

PowerPoint attachment - 2a Green PP Count-money-pence.pptx

LO 2b.  Complete the worksheet by counting the coins 

PDF attachment - 2b Green Count-money-pence.pdf 

 LO 3a. Read through the PowerPoint while answering questions on the slides

PowerPoint attachment - 3a Green PP Count-money-pounds.pptx

LO 3b. Complete the worksheet by counting the coins

PDF attachment - 3b Green Count-money-pounds.pdf

 LO 4a. Read through the PowerPoint while answering questions on the slides

PowerPoint attachment - 4a Green PP Add-money.pptx

LO 4b. Complete the worksheet by reading through the money questions.                      

PDF attachment - 4a Green Add-money.pdf

LO 5.  Count the coins in each box

PDF attachment - 5. Green money worksheet.pdf

LO 6. Add up the coins, then work out if your change is correct.

PDF attachment - 6. Green check-your-change-from-pound1.pdf 

LO 7. Add and subtract the different heights of landmarks

Google doc. attachment - 7. Maths Climbing Landmarks Green pack


Extension work: 

LO 1. Add up the coins and notes and work out the change     

PDF attachment - Ext 1. Green check-your-change-from-10-pound.pdf   

LO 2. Use the compass to follow directions

PDF attachment -
Ext 2a. Green compass-directions-activity-sheet.pdf

Ext 2b. Green answers compass-directions-activity-sheet.pdf

Lo 3. Play the board game by following the instructions.

PDF attachment -

Ext 3a. Green Board Game 2xa4.pdf

Ext 3b. Maps, Directions and Locations Cards and Cutouts.pdf

 

Science Focus

Each task is taught over 2 session - Both task can be covered over 4 weeks 

 

Task 1: Climate Change - Global Warming  

Learning Objective:

To learn about climate change and the effects it has on our planet 

Key Information:

Students can explore the impact of climate change on our ecosystems using our informative PowerPoint and worksheets for a thought-provoking and interactive lesson. Students can also visit the bbc bitesize to learn more about climate change.

Session 1

  1. Go through Power Point with students

  2. Discuss your findings 

  3. Complete ‘Climate-Change-Matching-Cards’ worksheet

Session 2

  1. Watch video on climate change - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zkhtqfr

  2. Complete worksheet ‘Recycling-sort-activity’ 

Extension Task:

Learn more about climate change by going onto bitesize where you can watch videos 

Key Words:

Climate Change/ Global Warming/ Recycling 

Attached:

PowerPoint What is climate change powerpoint - Green- Purple

PDf: Recycling-sort-activity- Green

PDf: Climate-Change-Matching-Cards - Green

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zkhtqfr


Task 2:  Where does our food come from?

Learning Objective:

To investigate where our food comes from

Key Information:

Students are to go through the PowerPoint and learn about where our food comes from. Students can then work on the worksheet provided and sort the food that may have been grown in the UK or abroad. (NOTE: Answers provided for reference)

Session 1 

  1. Go through powerpoint on ‘where foods come from’

  2. Discuss your findings

  3. Complete ‘Food grown in the uk or abroad activity’ worksheet

Session 2

  1.  Video on where food comes from - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Opt06QF9WY

  2. Create a poster on your findings 

Extension Task:

Once completed the sorting worksheet why not investigate on the computer which country these foods may have come from. 

Key Words:

Food/ Counties/ Abroad/ UK

Attached:

PowerPoint: Where is your fruit from-powerpoint- Green

PDf: Food grown in the uk or abroad activity - Green

Link:https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-tp-5389-where-is-your-fruit-from-powerpoint

 

Creativity

Cooking/
Technology 

Each task is taught over 2 session - Both task can be covered over 4 weeks 

 

 

Task 1: Foods Around the World - Spicy Foods

Learning Objective:

To research and explore the different types of spicy food in different countries 

Key Information:

This activity will get children thinking about and discussing the different foods they've tried and which ones they've not. Are there any meals they would like to try? Why not see if you can find a recipe and cook it for them? After they've tried this new food, they could add it to their worksheet.

There's also a separate blank grid so that children can research some different food that they're interested in it. Use this worksheet to prompt independent research which is a great skill for children to develop.

Session 1

  1. Do you like spicy food? Discussion 

  2. Complete worksheet - ‘Foods Around the World - Spicy Food’

Session 2 

  1. Discuss your findings

  2. Additional challenge  - 

    1. what capsaicin is;

    2. where chilli plants originated from;

    3.  how you can build your tolerance to spicy food.

 

Extension Task:

Why not try research one of these dishes and make it with someone at home.

Key Words:

Spicy/Flag/Country 

Attached:

 PDf - Foods Around the World - Spicy Food - Green 

Link:https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t2-g-4037-food-around-the-world-activity-sheet


Task 2: Computing Lesson -  Research on different Counties  

Learning Objective:

Research key information using the internet 

Key Information:

Using the internet can you research facts about the different countries around the world. There are three differentiated worksheets that you can select from to suit your child and they can input the key information as they research it.

Session 1

  1. Talk about the different foods around the world

  2. Choose a country to research about of the internet - ‘Country Research Differentiated Activity’ worksheet

Session 2

  1. Present your findings in your tutor sessions with the rest of you class

  2. Compare your findings from different countries 

Extension Task:

Try and research more than one country and compare your findings. What makes the counties different and the same?

Key Words:

Research/ County/ Facts/ Internet (Google)

Attached:

PDf - Country Research Differentiated Activity - Green - Purple  

 

Drama / Arts

Each lesson is the equivalent of 1 week of Arts teaching

 

See Green Arts resource Pack lessons 1-4 for 4 weeks of Arts Lessons- (each lesson now has more theory tasks as well as practical and is the equivalent of a double Arts lesson a week). Click here to link to the Arts Green resources

 

Health & Wellbeing 

Physical Activity

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dance

Joe Wicks: Youtube PE classes are coming back at 9am on Monday 11th January to help you keep active during lockdown.

Joe Wicks – The Body Coach

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

Just Dance 2021

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0g8_Jd49No4&safe=active

My Favourite Resources and Activities for Virtual PE at Home 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGPF2YvWmlM&safe=active

Panathlon at home

https://panathlon.com/panathlon-launches-at-home-sporting-challenges/

LYG Dance

https://www.londonyouthgames.org/sports/dance/inclusive-dance/

Joe Wicks 10min Chair exercises

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6TtFr2Zp_s

 

Climbing World Famous Landmarks

How many famous landmarks can you climb right from your home? The powerpoint provided has 7 famous landmarks from around the world.

You have been given the height of each landmark and the number of steps required to climb.

Task1

How many famous Landmarks can you climb in total? Once you have completed a landmark please put a tick in the table provided (last slide of powerpoint).

Task2

To research all the countries where the landmarks are found and find out what the National Sport is for each country.

Write down your findings in the table provided.

Attached:  Climb a World Landmark powerpoint

 

Front cover of powerpoint

 

Table to complete (Last page of powerpoint).

 

Around the world- Lower

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAUCJsbjEQo

African Dance- Middle 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ewqq-3xJFdI&list=RDCMUCsJbboIjkvAkxbnEu6w3nyg&start_radio=1&t=12

Dance Evolution- Challenge How many Dance styles can you name?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJo7Zp70JUk

 

Cross Curricular

Wellbeing: A fantastic book of six children that come from different places in the world sharing their story of facing challenges during or before the pandemic. Each one can bring us at least one valuable lesson on how to find hope during uncertain times. 

This fabulous resource includes several cross curricular activities to complete. 

- A book - Attachment 1, 

- free online download: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1z77qH6f_44OOy5195duSqjzPW8rRgO7S/view

- Resources:

Attachment 2,

Attachment 3,

Attachment 4,

Attachment 5,

Attachment 6,

Attachment 7

 

Humanities

Task 1 : Write down the capital cities of the European countries. 

Learning Objective:

I can name some of the capital cities of different countries in the world. 

Extension Task:

On a separate piece of paper, write down capital cities of different countries from other continents. 

Key Words:

country, continent, capital city

Attached:  

1.capital and countries pdf 


 

Task 2 : Look around your house and find out where different objects or foods come from.

Learning Objective:

I can identify where different food and objects come from.

Key Words:

origin, made in, country,  

Attached: 

2.Where Did It Come From


Task 3 : Research 2 different countries and complete a fact sheet. 

Learning Objective:

I know some facts about at least 2 different countries. 

Extension Task:

Research a country you would love to visit and create a fact sheet about the country of your choice.

Key Words:

country, capital, food, population, currency, continent

Attached:

3.country research


Task 4 : Write or draw your ideas of what you could do at home to protect our beautiful world. 

Learning Objective:

I am aware of some ways that can protect our plane. 

Key Words:

planet, earth, environment, protect

Attached:

4.Being a ‘Planet Protector’


Task 5 : Complete a worksheet  to show similarities and differences between your family and other families in the world. 

Learning Objective:

I can identify some similarities and differences. 

Key Words:

similarities, differences, family, life

Attached:

5.World families - Similarities and Differences

Link: Attachment 6 ppt https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-t-14275-my-family-ks1-families-around-the-world-powerpoint-presentation

 

 

Purple Themed Title

Aims:  These tasks are designed to be done with your child. Purple coloured tasks are aimed at pupils who would enjoy more of a challenge .  These are tasks where pupils should be working with greater independence, however  please take time to support pupils in starting the tasks and build communication skills. 

Thinking

Literacy Focus

 

 


 

 

 

Maths Focus

 

 

 

 

 

Science Focus

 

 

 

 

 

Creativity

Cooking/
Technology 

 

 

 

 

Drama/
Arts

 

 


 

Health & Wellbeing 

Physical Activity